Proceedings Magazine - June 1960 Vol. 86/6/688

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The thirteenth of January, 1958 was a bad day at the Naval War College. On that date we on the Staff received our copies of the first report of the Special Studies Project of the Rockefeller...

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  • Guardians Of Sea Power
    By Captain Robert P. Beebe, USN

    The thirteenth of January, 1958 was a bad day at the Naval War College. On that date we on the Staff received our copies of the first report of the Special Studies Project of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. It was en­titled International...

  • The Apia Hurricane Of 1889
    By Captain J. A. C. Gray, MC, USN

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  • Radio Astronomy and the U. S. Navy
    By Lieutenant William D. Hart, USN

    In a simple statement, the Navy announced last year that it was constructing a 600- foot radio telescope in the backwoods of West Virginia. Through this “Big Dish” the Navy stands to lead the world in radio astronomy, able to locate...

  • Difficult Decisions For A Democracy
    By Commander R. A. Weatherup, USN

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  • Naval Operations In Confined Waters And Narrow Seas
    By Captain LeRoy Taylor, USN

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  • The Navy War Games Program
    By Commander John B. Davis, Jr., USN and Dr. John A. Tiedeman

    The task force commander was concerned.

  • Sea Power: Bulwark Against Chinese Communist Imperialism
    By Anthony Harrigan

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  • Operation Walküre
    By Lieutenant Verner R. Carlson, SC, USN

    At 12:30 on the afternoon of 20 July 1944, Colonel Count Claus von Stauffenberg walked into the conference room at Hitler’s headquarters in the East Prussian forest near the little town of Rastenburg.

  • National Security In The Nuclear Age
    By Commander K. W. Simmons, USN

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  • NOTS, San Clemente Island (Pictorial)
    By Howard R. Talkington

    The Naval Ordnance Test Station, a field sta­tion of the Bureau of Naval Weapons, has utilized San Clemente Island since 1949 as a base for development testing and evaluation of under­water ordnance. To meet a steady increase in the...

  • Comment and Discussion
    Individual comments on "Deep Selection" by Admirals Carney, Sabin, Cooper, Tisdale, and others.

    Deep Selection

    (See pages 46-54, March, 1960 Proceedings)

    Admiral Robert B. Carney, USN (Ret.)—Vice Admiral Sabin’s recent article on deep selection is important, and the Naval Insti­tute performed a...

  • Book Reviews

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  • Suggested Readings On Africa
    By Associate Professor Robert M. Langdon, USNA

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  • Professional Notes

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  • The Story of the First Idaho
    By Lieutenant Colonel Robert H. Rankin, USMC

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